Feverish (Bullet, #3) by Jade C. Jamison
Clayton “Jet” Smith has enjoyed acting the part of rock star god bad boy since his breakup with rock goddess Valerie Quinn. He’s racking up quite a score playing the field, and he has no plans to settle down anytime soon. His biggest problem these days is meeting his obligations, because he’s so busy having fun, he forgets the important things.
To help him out, he hires recent graduate Emily Brinkman to be his personal assistant, and he quickly finds a fire burning in his belly for her. There are two problems, however. The first is that Emily is engaged to be married, a fact that leaves Jet unfazed. The second problem isn’t so easy to surmount, though. Emily is disgusted and unimpressed by both sides of the man.
Will Clay find a way to persuade Emily to try him out, not just for one night, but for all time?
Feverish moves the Bullet story forward. You don’t want to miss this one!
Kelly - 5 Crowns
“Jet and Clay are just two different sides of my personality. No, I don’t have a split personality, but the sides are sometimes distinctive. Clay? That’s me, the real me, who I am at the core. Jet is Clay on coke. He’s got brass balls and doesn’t take shit from anyone. He’s the only guy you’ll ever see onstage.”
I won’t deny it – this is the one I was waiting for! I fell for this bad-boy in Bullet; his double persona on and off the stage just did it for me. The Clay I love, and the Jet I worship did not disappoint. In-fact he exceeded all my expectations!
I now know the man and the rock star!
I know what makes Jet tick, and I know deep down that Clay is that sensitive young man who has been burnt not once, but twice, and is absolutely terrified of falling in love again. Considering how he’s been living his life since his split with Valerie Quinn, he’s not even sure if he wired that way anymore, as he reverts back to his man-whore ways. Everyone wants a piece of Jet, the lead guitarist of Last Five Seconds, and he’s more than happy to give it to them.
When the lights and music go out, Jet believes the neighbourhood is experiencing a power cut, until he clocks the final notice from the electric company, and comes to the realisation that he is actually crap at the mundane day-to-day living. With a pile of old mail strewn across his desk and boxes of paperwork in need of filing, his housekeeper, Mary, advises Clay to hire a personal assistant.
With an advert in the local paper, the résumé’s start to filter their way in, but after one failed interview, Clay is adamant he needs someone who also knows the rock/metal industry.
“Just because he doesn’t know who Alter Bridge or Sevendust are doesn’t mean he would be a bad personal assistant.”
“Yeah, it fuckin’ would. What the hell would we talk about?" <----- LOL! Gotta love this guy!
Then…in walks Emily Brinkman. A graduate with an MBA in business, and a fan of his music. With a few quick fire questions, Clay is sold. She’s perfect! There is just one problem, she’s hotter than hell and engaged. Oh well… Clay is more than happy to keep their relationship on a professional level, yet his alter-ego doesn’t give a shit if she’s engaged or not. She’s smart and cute, and keeps him in check. But more importantly, she is nothing like the other girls he has been spending his time with, of late.
Emily’s fiancé, Bryce is globetrotting around Europe in the summer break, so she has no choice but to find an apartment of her own. The problem is, Clay lives in an expensive part of town. To help with this situation, Clay offers her a spare room, after all, he doesn’t need all that space, and it makes perfect sense considering they will be working together. Emily begrudgingly accepts his kind offer.
When Bryce distances himself from Emily, she knows something is greatly amiss in their relationship. She really likes Clay and loves what he does, even though he’s a slob around the house, lives on junk food and keeps her awake playing music and watching porn late into the night.
Then… everything changes when Emily’s relationship is thrown into disarray. Clay is there to help pick up the pieces, while Jet wants nothing more than to help her forget the douchebag boyfriend. There is just one problem… as their relationship escalates into ‘unprofessional’ territory; Clay and Jet become one of the same as they both fall for the sweet graduate who has her life-plan mapped out. He just hopes she is willing to forego old habits and take a little detour in a new direction…with him.
I am throwing up my horns, people!
Feverish…? More like, ‘Spontaneous Human Combustion.’ I’m burning up over here. Clay/Jet is one HOT rock star!
Clay and Emily's story had great pace that made for another ‘believable’ romance between two people looking for something more... He is the real deal, ladies! Jade C Jamison reigns supreme as my undisputed literary rock star goddess. I absolutely love this series, and I love Jade! \m/
Even though Feverish pushes the Bullet story forward, Clay’s book is very character driven. Don’t expect much interaction from other band members and pivotal characters in the series, because you won’t find it. That is what I love about these books, like Ethan’s story in Rock Bottom, you could potentially read them as a standalone, although I wouldn’t recommend it. Start at the beginning with ‘Bullet’ and savour this musical journey with characters that will rock your world.
You won’t regret it!
READ THIS SERIES!!!